AAA Baseball

For players born between Sept 1, 2006 and August 31, 2009, this division is geared toward 3rd and 4th graders with a few 2nd graders and 5th graders playing.  Players are expected to have played one year at the AA level. Pitching is performed by the players and Little League rules are followed. The catcher position becomes very important at this level as stealing is now allowed. This is the last of the "minors" levels during which the players hone their skills prior to the Majors Division. Due to the rosters being formed through a draft, the players should not expect to play on a team with all of their buddies. But they will have fun playing with…and against...some of them. Not all players registered for AAA will make a AAA team.Teams will be expected to play and/or practice 3-4 times per week.

2018 Registration $250


Important Dates:

2/25/18: Player Evaluations at Indoor Goals

3/1/18: AAA Draft (for coaches only)

3/12/17:  Practices begin

4/7/17: First AAA Game

4/14/17: CMLL Opening Day!

TBD: Championship Game for AAA Playoffs


Post Season Note: At the end of the regular season, CMLL will field three All Star teams to compete in the District 4 tournaments at the 8-10, 9-11, and Majors (10-12) levels. The winners of these three tournaments advance to the respective state tournaments.  For the 8-10 and 9-11 teams, State is the end, but the winner of the State Majors tournament advances to Regionals and eventually to the Little League World Series.  The majority of the players for the three All Star teams come from the Majors divisions with a few coming from AAA.  District 4 also offers honors tournaments at the 8-10 and 11-12 levels so that players who do not make an All Star team or cannot commit to the timeframe can also experience post season play.  Again, these players will come from the Majors and AAA divisions.


Post season participation is a unique opportunity for our players, and the expectation is that the tournaments and the practices leading up to the tournaments take priority over other activities, including sports camps, other sports, and vacations. The exact schedule will not be set for some time, but here is last season's schedule as a guideline.  Dates vary from year to year.


All teams announced - First week of June


Practices will start immediately after the regular spring season ends


District 4 Honors tournaments - June 16 - July 24


8-10 All Stars

  • District 4 tournament - June 24 - July 2
  • State tournament - July 22 - July 30 

9-11 All Stars

  • District 4 tournament - June 28 - July 2
  • State tournament - July 15 - July 21

Majors (10-12) All Stars

  • District 4 tournament - July 5 - July 11
  • State tournament - July 14 - July 22
  • Regional tournament - August 7 - August 16
  • LL World Series - August 16 - August 26 (actual 2018 dates)
AAA Rules of Play
Posted Apr 9, 2014

AAA Rules